Indigenous Native American Prophecy
Since the early 1970s, a legend of Rainbow Warriors has inspired some environmentalists and hippies with a belief that their movement is the fulfillment of a Native American prophecy. Usually the “prophecy” is claimed to be Hopi or Cree. However, this “prophecy” is not Native American at all, but rather from a 1962 Evangelical Christian religious tract, titled Warriors of the Rainbow by William Willoya and Vinson Brown from Naturegraph Publishers. Brown is the founder and owner of Naturegraph Publishers.
A NATIVE American tribe which has predicted global disasters with eerie accuracy says the world will end in “the near future” as a comet will smash into Earth.
An ancient clan known as the Hopi tribe – which is still 18,327 strong as of 2010 – has described how the apocalypse will arrive.
After a string of their predictions proved true, many are now fearing the worse.
The tribe claim that we now live in the Fourth World after the previous three were destroyed by fire and ice.
A previous nine predictions were passed onto US minister David Young in 1958 after he encountered a Hopi elder named White Feather.
White Feather told Mr Young that his ancestors had previously foretold the arrival of the “white skinned men”, referring to Europe’s discovery of the Americas, and that “our lands will see the coming of spinning wheels filled with voices” – the subsequent conquering of the continent.
He added: “A strange beast like a buffalo but with great long horns will overrun the land in large numbers” – as cattle grazing was subsequently introduced.
His fourth prediction that his ancestors forecasted, he claims, was that “the land will be crossed by snakes of iron” with railways laid across North America, and his fifth that “the land shall be criss-crossed by a giant spider’s web” which many have linked to telephone and internet communication.
The sixth was the introduction of roads and motorways after he said that his ancestors claimed “the land shall be criss-crossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun”.
And so they knew something very important would happen.There would be an attempt to make peace on earth on the west coast of this land and so the elders began to watch for this. They began to hear that there was going to be a League of Nations in San Francisco so the elders gathered in Arizona around 1920 or so and they wrote a letter to Woodrow Wilson. And they asked if the Indian people could be included in the League of Nations.
At that time the United States Supreme Court had held that a reservation is a separate and semi-sovereign nation, not a part of the United States but protected by it. And this was a concern because people didn’t want the reservations to become more and more separate. They didn’t want them to be considered nations. So they did not write back and the Native people were left out of the League of Nations, so that circle was incomplete.
In the League of Nations circle there was a southern door, the yellow people; there was a western door, the black people; there was the northern door, the white people; but the eastern door was not attended. And the elders knew that peace would not come on the earth until the circle of humanity is complete, until all the four colors sat in the circle and shared their teachings, then peace will come on earth.
So they knew things would happen. Things would speed up a little bit. There would be a cobweb built around the earth, and people would talk across this cobweb. When this talking cobweb, the telephone, was built around the earth, a sign of life would appear in the east, but it would tilt and bring death. It would come with the sun. But the sun itself would rise one day not in the east but in the west. So the elders said when you see the sun rising in the west and you see the sign of life reversed and tilted in the east, you know that the Great Death is to come upon the earth, and now the Great Spirit will grab the earth again in His hand and shake it and this shaking will be worse than the first.
So the sign of life reversed and tilted, we call that the swastika, and the rising sun in the east was the rising sun of Japan. These two symbols are carved in stone in Arizona. When the elders saw these two flags, these were the signs that the earth was to be shaken again.
The worse misuse of the Guardianship of the fire is called the “gourd of ashes”. They said the gourd of ashes will fall from the air. It will make the people like blades of grass in the prairie fire and things will not grow for many seasons. I saw on TV not too long ago that they were talking about the atomic bomb,
the gourd of ashes. They said it was the best-kept secret in the history of the United States. The elders wanted to speak about it in 1920 at the League of Nations. They would have spoken of it and foretold it’s coming if they could have entered into the League of Nations.
The elders tried to contact President Roosevelt and ask him not to use the gourd of ashes because it would have a great effect upon the earth and eventually cause even greater destruction in a Third Shaking of the Earth, the Third World War. But I’ll get to that in a few minutes.
So they knew that after the Second Shaking of the Earth when they saw the gourd of ashes fall from the sky
then they knew they would try to make peace on the other side of this land. And because the peace attempt on the west coast had failed, they would build a special house on the east coast of this Turtle Island, North America, and all the nations and peoples would come to this house and it would be called the House of Mica and it would shine like the mica on the desert shines.
So the elders began to see they were building the United Nations made out of glass that reflects like the mica on the desert so they knew this was the House of Mica and all the peoples of the earth should go to it. So they met and talked about this. They said that in the 1920s they had written and they had not been responded to, so this time they said we better go to the front door of the House of Mica because things might get a lot worse. So elders representing a number of tribes I believe drove to New York City. When the United Nations opened they went to the front door of the House of Mica and they said these words: “We represent the indigenous people of North America and we wish to address the nations of the Earth. And they said we’re going to give you four days to consider whether or not we will be allowed to speak.” And they retreated to one of the Six Nations Reserves in New York State. The Six Nations Reserves are the keepers of the Great Law of Peace of the prophet that appeared here in North America, Deganawida. And this Great Law of Peace is still recited, it takes four days between sunrise and noon. Each year an Indian, by memory, it is recited about this time of year.
Four days later they came back and I believe the nations of the earth they heard that the Indians had come to the door. And they voted to let the Indians in. They wanted to hear what they had to say. But the United States is one of five nations of the United Nations with a veto power and still they were concerned because this time the Native sovereignty was even stronger. And I believe they vetoed the entrance of the Native people.
So then they knew other things would happen on the Earth, and the United Nations would not bring peace on earth but there would be continuing and deepening confusion. And that the little wars would get worse.
So they retreated to the Six Nations Reserve and they talked about this and they said the time is really getting close now, 1949. They said, “We’re going to divide the United States into four sections and each year we’re going to have a gathering. We’re going to call these the White Roots of Peace Gatherings.” They began to have these around 1950. And they authorized certain men to speak in English for the first time about these prophecies. One that I used to listen to many times, over and over, was Thomas Benyaka. He is a Hopi man. I believe he is still living.
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